Biodiversity outcomes from eucalypt plantation expansion into agricultural landscapes of southern Australia
Posted 20 June 2020
Most new eucalypt plantations are established on what was previously agricultural land, and remnant vegetation often becomes embedded within plantation estates.
Given rapid landscape change, there is significant industry, community and scientific interest in how biodiversity values are affected by forestry operations within plantation landscapes.
Cooperative Research Centre for Forestry, September 2011 - P Grimbacher